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Business Law II Spring, 2008 Product Liability I. Introduction. II. Contract as a basis of product liability. A. Express warranties. 1. UCC 2-313. 2. Proving breach of an express warranty. B. Implied warranties. 1. Implied warranty of merchantability. 2. Implied warranty of fitness for a particular use. C. Defenses to UCC warranty claims.
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Unformatted text preview: III. Tort theories of recovery. A. Negligence. B. Strict liability. 1. Restatement §402A. 2. Defining a product. 3. Defining a defective product. a. Design defect. b. Manufacturing defect. c. Failure to warn. 4. Potential defendants. 5. Standing to sue. C. Defenses....
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  • Fall '08
  • GROSSMAN,DALE
  • Contract Law, Implied warranty, UCC warranty claims, A. Express warranties

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